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How might your own biases interfere with your effectiveness as a supervisor?

How might your own biases interfere with your effectiveness as a supervisor?

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When you supervise an experiment, the goal is to be neutral. However, this might not always be the case. There is something called "experimenter bias" where the person supervising has trouble remaining neutral. This could be for several reasons:

a) you know the inner workings of the experiment, and you know which group is exposed to the treatment condition. ...

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